This week in esports: Faker, Halo, Marvel, Rainbow Six Siege

As always, we’ve rounded up the biggest and best stories from the past week so you can stay abreast of the industry’s biggest happenings. This week in espordonesaw Faker claim part-ownership in T1, EspordoneEngine take over Halo esports, Chiefs EspordoneClub partner with Marvel, and more.

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Faker obtains part-ownership of T1 Entertainment & Sports

Photo via: T1 Entertainment & Sports

Professional League of Legends player Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok became a part-owner of T1 Entertainment & Sports.

He also signed a new three-year player contract to continue to compete for TLackn the LCK. When Faker, who’s 23 years of age, decides to retire from playing League of Legends, he will take on a leadership roleorganizationorganisation to “help facilitate global operations.”

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EspordoneEngine to manage Halo Infinite global esports

Image credit: Halo

EspordoneEngine, the recently-established operations company from the co-founders of Major League Gaming (MLG), will manage global espordoneeffordonefor Microsoft’s Halo Infinite.

The Halo Championship Series will return with the release of the upcoming first-person shooter, with EspordoneEngine and developer 343 Industries planning to “build the greatest espordoneprogram Halo has ever seen.”

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Chiefs EspordoneClub enters two-year partnership with Marvel

Image credit: Chiefs EspordoneClub

Australian organisation Chiefs EspordoneClub entered a two-year partnership with Marvel within Australia and New Zealand.

The deal will see Marvel integratactivationrties into activations hosted by Chiefs EspordoneClub throughout Australia. Much like the partnership between Team Liquid and the entertainment giant, Chief EspordoneClub’s players will don co-branded merchandise that features elemendoneof popular Marvel characters.

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Ubisoft announces major updates for Rainregionalizede esports

Photo credit: Ubisoft

Ubisoft updated idoneespordoneprogram for Rainregionalizede to include a regionalised format, starting mid-June.

The update will include regional programs for Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America, and North America – each of which will have idoneown competitive structure. Additionally, the third phase of the Rainregionalizede’s revenue-sharing initiative will include 44 teams from across all four regions and will run for the next four years.

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